In the last few years apps have change a lot and some of the same apps we use tend to change over time too. Adobe Photoshop Express is one of those apps that has changed and affected the way I do Crispy Black and Whites. I’ve found the app to take it’s place with noise reduction. I experimented with Noiseware to see if I can get close to the same results. It has turned out I can get those same results. Up at the top is a Crispy Black and White where I used the new recipe with Noiseware.
This will be my demo photo for the blog post.
I loaded my photo onto Dynamic Black and White. When you load your photo, it’s always at the default color setting. I tap on the FX button and the next screen shot are the preset menu. I will use the Infrared preset.
After I use the preset for Infrared, I will push the dial to 100% because I like my black and whites crispy. This preset will only work with certain types of photos, like the one I’m using for the demo. It works great with architecture photos and street photos. If you have clouds in your photos, it will really enhance and make your photos pop. You can just shot the sky with lots of clouds and get great results with this editing style.
Make sure you turn on the high resolution save with Dynamic Light too. You can access this screen by taping on the gear button.
Next I load my photo onto Noiseware. You always start with the default preset with the app. I will usually tap on the strong button for the clearest and smoothest results. I’m hoping in the future the developers will app more manual controls and sliders with this app.
This is my final edit, looks pretty good and I’m happy with this results. Crispy Black and Whites is one of the few mobile edits I don’t get bored of and can keep coming back to this mobile editing style. Your photos always look dramatic and clear.
Another type of photo that will work are interiors, I seem to get really great results with interiors.
Here is my sky and clouds I was talking about, see how this editing style works. You get the most dramatic sky and clouds photos ever !!! This is why I don’t ever get tired of this of mobile editing. It’s true black and white eye candy.
You can do this editing on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Both apps are universal to the iPad. When you load Dynamic Light on your iPad, you will have an iPhone screen that you can double in size. If you have any questions about this blog post, please leave comments or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a great day and HAPPY EDITING !!!